CFE Fund Communications Internship

Cities for Financial Empowerment FundNew York, NY
Unpaid Internship

8 months ago


Job Title

Communications Intern

Job Location

Remote with the option for one day a week in the New York office

Job Overview

The Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund (CFE Fund) is seeking a Communications Intern to join their team. As the communications intern, you will work closely with the CFE Fund’s communications and Summer Jobs Connect teams to support various projects. This includes content creation, contest management, and social media for the annual Summer Jobs Connect social media campaign. Additionally, you will assist in creating a library of resources for new Summer Jobs Connect partners.




  • Support the national Summer Jobs Connect (SJC) social media campaign, including content creation, community management, and email correspondence with participants and prize winners on platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Tik Tok, and email
  • Assist the Summer Jobs Connect team with research, partner outreach, and resource compilation to build a catalog of technical assistance resources for partner cities
  • Support other staff members in communications activities, including contact management, research, graphic design, and content creation
  • Perform other duties as needed


  • Background in social media content management, graphic design preferred
  • Interest in social services, poverty alleviation, asset building, financial empowerment, and/or municipal governance
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills
  • Interest in communications and organizational operations
  • Detail-oriented and highly organized
  • Self-motivated and a team player

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